To request support, please read our requirements below and email the nearest USO Center to you.
We look forward to serving you!
Whether you’re looking for a USOHRCV rep to attend your next community fair or seeking unit support, your local USO is here to help!
Requirements for support:
You MUST be an active duty military unit attached to an installation in the Hampton Roads and Central Virginia Region.
Requests must be made by emailing or contacting your nearest USO Center. Click Here for Locations
Due to the volume of unit support requests, we may not be able to provide every item requested. Support is provided on a resource available basis
Please direct any questions, comments, or concerns to email@example.com
Types of support we offer:
On-Site Support: USOHRCV information or resource table or presentation.
Unit Pick-Up: A representative from your group picks up your requested materials from a mutually agreed-upon location.
Mission Delivery: USOHRCV team delivers supplies to your group at a mutually agreed-upon location.
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